Emma Jungman, daughter of Ronald and Angel Jungman, will be recognized Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Rockport Rotary Club luncheon as the October Rockport Rotary Student of the Month. She is a senior at Rockport-Fulton High School (RFHS) and is active in her school and community.
E. Jungman is currently the Vice President of the National Honor Society and the Colonel of the Emeralds Dance team. She is a member of the varsity tennis team and a leader on the two-time state qualifying Robotics team. In addition, she participates in other UIL Academic events such as mathematics, science and calculator applications.
Emma volunteers her time as a MAXA program volunteer, is a peer mentor for middle school students, and recently became a member of the Rotary Interact Youth club.
During the nomination process for this honor, one of Emma’s teachers said, “Emma is an enthusiastic student who is always trying to better herself ... I feel Emma shows great leadership for her peers and is always dedicated to all the organizations she is a part of. She will continue to be a successful individual beyond high school!”
After E. Jungman graduates in the top five of the 2021 RFHS graduating class, she plans to attend Texas A&M University and study mathematics or engineering.
Christian Jolley, son of Kimberly Jolley, will be recognized Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Rockport Rotary Club luncheon as the November Rockport Rotary Student of the Month. He is a senior at Rockport-Fulton High school.
C. Jolley is a driven student. Throughout high school, he’s taken the most rigorous courses that RFHS offers, successfully completing Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses. He is currently ranked in the top 10 of the 2021 RFHS graduating class and is an active member of the campus National Honor Society. Much of his free time is spent on the football field as the center for the RFHS varsity Pirate football team. He has helped lead the Pirates in advancing to the second round of the playoffs and will play Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. He is a leader on and off the field.
During the nomination process for this honor, Mr. Flather, his AP Physics teacher, said, “Christian is a very dedicated student who is always striving to do the best he can. He has tutored several other students who were struggling in AP physics.”
He continues to offer support to his peers in physics and is willing to help others when time permits.
After graduation, C. Jolley plans to study engineering at Texas A&M University.